Our Mission is to
bring parents, teachers, and industry together to
stimulate and nurture young people so that they grow and
develop into contributing members of the community.
We provide a forum for
students to present their scientific work and interact
with scientists in their field to receive feedback on
their efforts. Students are awarded, scholarships, cash
prizes, and other non-monetary recognition for
outstanding work. We provide mentoring and teacher
training to facilitate participation in this activity.
DVSF presents close to
$3,000,000 in awards and scholarships.
DVSF is an Affiliated Fair
for the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
DVSF will be April 1st to April 3rd,
2014. Judging Day will be Wednesday, April 2nd. 2014
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center
100 Station Ave., Oaks, PA 19456
GPS: 1601 Egypt Road,
Phoenixville, PA 19460
Directions: Click Here
in the Area
Check-in and Set-up Procedures
We are again offering workshops for
teachers and parents who are waiting while the students
are being judged
Click here for the workshop schedule
ISEF will be May 11th to May 16th,
2014 in Los Angeles, California
Teachers who are interested in going
to ISEF, all expenses paid, should complete an
application. We will chose 3 teachers to accompany
us. DVSF will also cover the expense to the school for
hiring a substitute during the week. This is a fantastic
You can now make a
gift to DVSF through PayPal! Contributions are tax
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You can follow us on Twitter, Facebook,
and YouTube -
@ Twitter: @DelValSciFairs
@ Facebook: Delaware Valley Science Fairs
DVSF has a mentorship program
to encourage and support future scientists and
engineers in the area.
offers workshops to
teachers and students at all levels of proficiency.
Sponsored in part by GlaxoSmithKline, Dow Chemical
Company, The Hamilton Family Foundation, Janssen
R&D, and Teva Pharmaceuticals.
You can now make a tax-deductible
contribution to the DVSF.